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NOAA Ocean Prediction Center GOES-R Proving Ground Workshop. Joe Sienkiewicz NOAA/NWS Ocean Prediction Center. NOAA Forecast Responsibility. http://www.weather.gov/om/marine/home.htm. http://www.opc.ncep.noaa.gov /. National Hurricane Center. http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/marine_forecasts.shtml.

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Noaa ocean prediction center goes r proving ground workshop

NOAA Ocean Prediction CenterGOES-R Proving Ground Workshop

Joe Sienkiewicz

NOAA/NWS Ocean Prediction Center


Noaa forecast responsibility
NOAA Forecast Responsibility

http://www.weather.gov/om/marine/home.htm

http://www.opc.ncep.noaa.gov/

National Hurricane

Center

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/marine_forecasts.shtml

http://www.prh.noaa.gov/hnl/pages/marine.php

High Seas Warning Categories

GALE – 34-47 knots Force 8/9

STORM – 48-63 knots Force 10/11

HURRICANE FORCE - >64 knots Force 12


  • OPC Forecast Functions

  • Atlantic High Seas Pacific High Seas

  • Atlantic Offshore Pacific Offshore

  • Outlook (Medium Range)

  • Special Project Support

  • Antarctica NMFS

  • USCG Arctic (with AR)

  • Japan


Goals of the opc proving ground

Goals of the OPC Proving Ground

  • Raise forecaster awareness of satellite products

  • Engage research community in operational needs

  • Prepare forecasters for mission-relevant GOES-R products

  • Extend application of products to ocean areas and marine community

  • Explore integration with other data sources

    • complementary observations

    • diagnostic to assess NWP

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  • OPC – GOES-R Focus

  • Offshore Thunderstorms

  • Explosive Cyclogenesis

  • Visibility

  • Oceanographic Applications


  • Convective Products

  • Cloud/Moisture Imager Tim Schmit/Dan Lindsay

  • Convective Initiation John Walker

  • Cloud Top Phase Mike Pavalonis

  • Cloud Top Height Andy Heidinger

  • Derived Stability Inidices Tim Schmit

  • Enhanced “V”/OTD Kris Bedka

  • Lightning Detection Scott Rudloski

  • RGB Airmass John Knaff


  • Convective Products

  • Cloud/Moisture Imager SAB HPC

  • Convective Initiation SAB

  • Cloud Top Phase SAB

  • Cloud Top Height SAB

  • Derived Stability Inidices SAB

  • Enhanced “V”/OTD SAB

  • Lightning Detection SAB

  • RGB Airmass SAB HPC



Lightning activity june 2010
Lightning activity – June 2010

Sea Surface Temp

June 2010




Status
Status

  • Products chosen

  • Contractor hired (Michael Folmer)

  • Start date – May 25, 2011

  • Next steps

    • Coordinate with HPC, SAB, and NHC TAFB

      • Products, availability

    • Contact Chris Siewert at SPC, NHC, and AWC

      • Data formats and availability

        • McIDAS, N-AWIPS, AWIPS, AWIPS II

    • Begin dialog with Providers



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